Canadian Art has been nominated for two Digital Publishing Awards.
One of the nominations is for General Excellence in Digital Publishing: Small Publication. In this category, Canadian Art has been nominated alongside Toronto Life, Hakai Magazine and the National Observer, among other publications.
The other nomination is in the Best Blog or Online-Only Column category. This nomination honours the work of Richard William Hill, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Studies at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, and his series of online columns about Indigenous art of the 1980s and 1990s. Hill’s columns are compiled here. Other nominees in this category include CBC News, VICE Canada, the Huffington Post and Policy Options, among others.
Winners of the Digital Publishing Awards will be announced on June 1 at a ceremony in Toronto.
Produced by the National Media Awards Foundation, the Digital Publishing Awards promote and reward the achievements of those who create digital publishing content in Canada—writers and editors, designers and developers, video and podcast producers, photographers and illustrators and many others. The DPA program recognizes, celebrates and promotes to a national audience the innovative publishing teams that produce digital content in Canadian media. The program is guided by a steering committee composed of industry leaders.
Canadian Art is Canada’s most widely read art magazine.